None of this fighting really matters, though, because the girlfriend saves herself with a call to 911 ... and a sword. Because in Ring Of Steel, the answer is always "something ... but also sword."
MCA/Universal Home VideoAlong with the ancient art of poor fight choreography.
From there, Alex kills the most explicitly evil fighter, the owner vanishes with a vow to reform his empire, somehow the whole place catches on fire to force a dramatic escape, and the cops arrive to bust up the operation. They bring guns with them, proving that most of Alex's sword fighter problems could have been solved with a quick stop at a pawn shop.
Burning Bright Is A Serious, Elaborate Drama About Being Trapped In A House With A Tiger
Burning Bright is about a woman locked in a house with a tiger. On paper, that sounds just dumb enough to work. But the movie takes itself as seriously as its "Here's an 18th-century poetry reference I remember from college" title implies. And the problem with pitching "a woman is trapped in a suburban home with a tiger" as a straightfaced dramatic thriller is, well, how does that work? How did the tiger get there? Why can't the woman just leave? Why can't she hide? Why can't she phone for help? All of these questions, and many more, will be answered by the most pointlessly convoluted script ever written.
LionsgateThough somehow the question "If this movie was made in 2010, why the hell wasn't the tiger CG?" remains unanswered.